Lanzarote Jable route
Jable is a local word for the sand of sea origin transported by the Trade Winds that enter through Caleta Famara, thereafter crossing the island. Because of these sand currents the old hamlet Ajey had to be removed from its original spot to what today is known as the Village of San Bartolomé.
In this area we will discover the traditional agriculture of Lanzarote: the Jable. As with the Rofe it retains night dew within the soil. In San Bartolome the Jable is used to obtain highly productive crops, such as the sweet potato.
The archeological wealth of the area is notable and there the largest island´s aborigine dwelling has been located: Zonzamas. Cave paintings and numerous aborigine surface materials belonging to the ancient dwellers such as pottery, walls and water drainage have been discovered there.
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